The Gap Course
Bridging the Gap to the industry – your path to Hollywood
Working on the premise “The art of acting is in some ways the most exacting art of all, and without constant schooling, the actor will stop halfway.” (Peter Brook)
Ask anyone in Hollywood and they’ll tell you it takes years of work to get there. Unless properly coached, trained and prepared, aspiring actors can spend their lives in temporary employment waiting for their ‘big break’. The Gap year-course has been created to bridge the gap into the industry. It includes:
- Expert training in stage, screen and musical theatre skills.
- Performance opportunities and real feedback.
- Range of styles, for all types of acting roles.
- Opportunities to consult with industry professionals & attend industry events.
Rest assured, this is not a course for people looking to waste time. If you are serious about your craft, there is only one place to go: The Actors’ Hub. Sign up now.
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Join the Gap
The Gap provides the actor with industry relevant experience, relationships with existing industry professionals and career mentorship. Our approach is distinctive in that we are committed to ensuring our training is nurturing and supportive, which finds its way into the lessons as well as the environment.
The Gap is a 12-hour x 40-week program that includes several performance opportunities for students throughout the year. Entry is by audition and interview only and applicants must be over 17 years of age. Sign up now.
Self-recorded audition pieces
Sometimes it is difficult to attend auditions in person because of distance, family reasons or work restrictions. We are therefore giving you the opportunity to send in two self-recorded audition pieces and a personal statement to camera.
You may record on video or iPhone.
We will require:
- Two 2-minute contrasting scenes or monologues of your own choice. The choices need to reflect your own age range and be about something to which you can relate. If it is a scene, then have someone reading for you off camera but near enough to be heard. You may sit or stand, depending on the demands of the scene. Do not let the constraints of the camera stop strong choices or stop you from any movement. Shot needs to cover top of head to waist.
- A 2-minute personal statement talking about your acting/performance background and experience, and why you want to do the Gap.
- At the start of the video, introduce yourself direct to camera (your name, your age and from where you come). This needs to be a full-length shot (head to foot.)
Your audition video should be sent (via a Vimeo link or similar) to firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who have completed the Gap 1 or Gap 2 course, schedule an audition for Gap 2
or Gap 3 here:
2018 Gap Graduates
Glenn has been a regular performer in Actors’ Hub productions over the past three years in both film and theatre. His credits include Charlie in How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found, Nigel in The Great Australian Bite, and roles in Clinchfield, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, L’Appel Du Videand Implied Consent. Glenn will be graduating as part of Gap 3 and is currently preparing for the 2019 Perth Fringe Season of 4x4x4.
Tyler began his training at the Actors’ Hub in 2015 where he has worked with international acting coaches such as Lisa Robertson and Conrad Lebron as well as Ross McGregor and Angela Punch-McGregor
Tyler has performed in productions of Proof, Macbeth, Dancing with the Devil, Clinchfield, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, L’Appel du Vide, Implied Consentand is preparing for his upcoming shows as part of the 2019 Fringe Season of 4x4x4
Justin began training with The Actors’ Hub in 2014, where he has worked with acting coaches Elizabeth Kemp and Lisa Robertson as well as obtained a Certificate in Musical Theatre and a Diploma of Screen Acting from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Justin has performed in stage productions of Clinchfield, A Midsummer Nights Dream, L’Appel Du Vide, Implied Consentand Romeo and Juliet. Justin continues his work with The Actors’ Hub preparing for his 2019 Perth Fringe season of 4x4x4.
Ashana has just completed the Gap 3 course at The Actors’ Hub. She performed Sandra inDolores, which won The Actors’ Hub People’s Choice Award 2014 and showcased at Perth Fringe. Ashana’s other credits include Not Me, Clinchfield, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Tartuffe, Implied Consentand L’Appel Du Vide. She has worked for The Experience Lab and has trained with Lisa Robertson, and Elizabeth Kemp. Ashana is looking forward to premiering her one-woman show at The Actors’ Hub in March and being a part of the 2019 Fringe Season of 4x4x4.
Sophia grew up in Albany. She studied acting with Southern Edge Arts. After writing, directing and touring with them she went to Perth, then Karratha, where international performance makers, Ariana Paganetti and David Williams taught and worked with her. In Perth, Sophia worked with GRADS before taking on The Actors’ Hub. Over the past 3 years she has acted in 6 productions and many Labs. Playing roles such as Heloise in Dancing with the Devil, Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, multiple characters in Clinchfield,L’Appel du Videand Implied Consent. Catch her in 2019 Fringe Perth.
2017 Gap Graduates
Nicholas has always had a deep admiration for the performing arts, but his passion ourished when he was accepted into the Gap course at the Actors’ Hub in 2014. Since then Nicholas has been honing his craft and involved himself in numerous productions such as Feathers in the Snow (2014), A Little Rain Must Fall (2015), Macbeth (2016), The Brick and the Rose (2016), Know Your Enemy (2017), Pool (No Water) (2017) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2017), also training with international teachers such as Elizabeth Kemp and Lisa Robertson. Nicholas hopes to continue his association with the Actors’ Hub in 2018 as he takes his next steps towards the industry as a professional actor.
Andrew’s passion for acting began in his nal year of high school where he played Thomas Klopper in The Book of Everything. In 2013 he commenced his training at the Hub. He performed in Conversations at the Fringe Festival, played the Cat in The Hat in Seussical the Musical, and multiple roles in A Little Rain Must Fall. In 2016, while completing his Gap 2 training, he played Macduff in Macbeth and Johnny Blue Eyes in The Brick and The Rose. This year, in the Gap 3 program, he has extended his skill set working as a director, editor and working crew (as well as actor) on multiple productions and films League of Losers, Know Your Enemy, One Punch Wonder, Why?, Andrewcules and Pool (No Water). Beyond Gap 3, Andrew will be returning to the Fringe Festival in 2018 performing 4×4×4 with his Gap 3 colleagues.
Adam William started training with The Actors’ Hub in 2014. During his first three years he performed in Split, Tartuffe, What Lies Beneath, Not Me, Macbeth, The Brick and the Rose, and was in the film, I Like You a Lot, Love Lilah. Adam has spent 2017 getting ready for the industry, developing a one-man show Far from the Faraway Tree and working on 4x4x4, a collection of four shows: Know Your Enemy, Pool (No water), One Punch Wonder and Why?. He also was in the film adaptation of Know Your Enemy and directed A Touch of Perfection. During his time at the Hub, he has been lucky enough to work with Elizabeth Kemp and Lisa Robertson.
“Although I was the one in the ring, I won as part of a team” – Muhammad Ali
Christian’s acting career began with an interest in improving his oratory skills but soon took flight into a greater passion. In 2014, he enrolled at The Actors’ Hub where he had the opportunity to work on Jack in a Box. In 2015, he entered the Gap 1 course where he played multiple characters in Stories from Suburban Road. In Gap 2 in 2016, he was in productions such as Fractured, Macbeth, The Brick & The Rose. He worked with renowned U.S acting coaches Elizabeth Kemp and Lisa Robertson. In 2017, in Gap 3, he has been in a short film Know Your Enemy, a stage production of Know Your Enemy, and directed a short film League Of Losers. In 2018 Christian will be performing shows at the Fringe Festival in 4 productions: Know Your Enemy, One Punch Wonder, Pool (No Water) and Why? under the umbrella production 4x4x4.